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  1. #31
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    Can you make an Unchained model from the Oakland video?

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    I have some pics from someone else's Unchained Replica, if that would help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unchainedguitars
    Check out the new Guitar World, man!
    It's the Eddie Vh cover & they are officially marketing an exact replica of the frankenstrat, down to the cigarette burns.
    Cant wait to see what comes of this. I can imagine, keeping with Fender tradition, they will be exspensive. But Im sure the corksniffing collectors will buy em up. I just hope they play better then the Charvels did.
    "Talent is God Given, But Success is Hard Work"

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  4. #34
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    Quote Originally Posted by unchainedguitars
    Can you make an Unchained model from the Oakland video?
    I have a handful of pics of that thing. Its also called the "See Ya" guitar cause it has that written on the back. Not easy to replicate, but can be made fairly acurate.
    "Talent is God Given, But Success is Hard Work"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron4406

    I use custom made pickups. One pole is a SD 59 and the other is the same as an SH 14 custom 5. They are custom wound to order and not two pups taken apart. They are a little pricey, but totally worth it.
    Er...would you tell me your supplier for a pickup like that and the price?
    [FONT=Comic Sans MS][COLOR=lemonchiffon][COLOR=Teal][SIZE=4][COLOR=Red][B][SIZE=2]The plot thickens...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron4406
    I have a handful of pics of that thing. Its also called the "See Ya" guitar cause it has that written on the back. Not easy to replicate, but can be made fairly acurate.
    Cool you have pictures of it? Awesome! You should make a replica.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zozo5150
    Cool you have pictures of it? Awesome! You should make a replica.
    Definitly in the works. Its just tough to work on my own axes. Customers come first.
    "Talent is God Given, But Success is Hard Work"

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  8. #38
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    awesome stuff
    good art

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    How radical can one get? Saved this beast from the woodchipper

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    Wow, the more you show the more impressed I am!

 

 

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